UN GYM DE CANADA REGISTRO 72 CASOS DE COVID DESPUÉS DE REABRIR SUS PUERTAS

 

 

 

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Un gimnasio llamado SpinCo es la última fuente de un brote de COVID-19 después se presentaron al menos 72 casos de coronavirus en personas vinculadas al lugar en Ontario, Canadá.

El brote de SpinCo, que causó casos de coronavirus tanto a los clientes como en el personal, ocurrió a pesar de que el gimnasio estaba siguiendo estrictamente los protocolos de seguridad.

El lugar especializado en spinning estaba a menos del 50% de su capacidad, las bicicletas se colocaron a más de 1.5 metros de distancia, las habitaciones se limpiaban después de las clases y se usaron cubrebocas antes y después de los entrenamientos.

“Estamos muy preocupados por la cantidad de casos positivos, el tamaño de este brote y el impacto que ha tenido en nuestra comunidad”, dijo en el comunicado la Dra. Elizabeth Richardson, oficial médica local.

Esa ubicación de SpinCo se cerró temporalmente, anunció la compañía en Instagram.

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Dear SPINCO FAM! . It’s Thanksgiving, and we are thankful for you. . We love you and we miss you! When we started the journey to open a SPINCO franchise in Hamilton, we had a dream of building an inclusive space for everyone to exercise! . When we got the green light to reopen in July, like everyone we were hesitant, but we took all the measures public health offered, even added a few, and still the pandemic struck us again! . It started September 28 and spread amongst specific classes until October 5th. SPINCO Hamilton has been closed from the moment the outbreak was identified. . As of today, everyone who has tested positive, are well. Our team, along side Public Health has notified everyone. . We have been following all the procedures set in place by public health. We have been in constant contact with our riders and we will continue to do so, if not daily, then every few days, with updates. . In total we have been open three and a half months if you can believe it. It seems longer. It seems like we have been a community for as long as the city existed! Something even our wildest dreams couldn’t imagine!! In 3 months, an entire community was developed and began thriving. A world of inclusivity and diversity; empowering body positive humans! The change that each of you has brought to this city and to us can not be put in words! . So we are at a point, where either we let this Pandemic own us, or we take ownership back. . We are determined to switch the script! We can and we know the power of our community. . So while we wait and remain closed, you have our commitment, that we will not re-open until It is safe to do so, we need to show our city and the rest of our province that the SPINCO community is not going anywhere! We are strong, we are tough and we fight together.. . . . . . . .

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Aproximadamente tres cuartas partes de los infectados son mujeres y aproximadamente una cuarta parte son hombres, dijo Richardson, y sus edades van desde finales de la adolescencia hasta finales de los 50 años.

Asimismo, Richardson aseguró para CBC que ninguno de los 72 casos de coronavirus relacionados con el brote había sido hospitalizado.